Longview is the Charlotte area's premier country club location, and it is not difficult to see why.
The former 500-acre dairy farm on Tom Short Road was transformed into a magnificent Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and manor style custom homes from some of the region's most elite builders.
There are no cookie-cutter home designs here! Every home is as unique as the family that will call it home. The magnificent residences sit on well-manicured lots overlooking the lush grounds of the country club and golf course.
The full-service country club offers fine and casual dining for members and guests, a 28,000-square-foot clubhouse, activities center, pools, tennis court, childcare and a gym with full-time personal trainers on staff.
Living in Longview, you are only 15 miles from Uptown Charlotte and close to Ballantyne and South Charlotte as well as Weddington. I-485 access is convenient at Providence Road near Ballantyne Commons Parkway or Rea Road. Shopping and dining is convenient in Stonecrest, Ballantyne Village, Blakeney or even SouthPark, which is about 20 minutes away.
If you want secure luxury in an exclusive country club community then you cannot beat Longview and the Club at Longview. That exclusivity comes with a hefty price tag, though.
The average sales price of homes in Longview sold during the last 12 months was $1.1 million and almost $216 per square foot. Sales prices ranged from $2.75 million (pictured above) down to $763,451.
Twenty-two homes, about 1.8 per month, sold in Longview during the last 12 months.
Currently, there are 16 homes for sale in Longview. Four of the homes listed for sale are under contract as of March 22. Current inventory is about 8.7 months, which is above average for the area but not uncommon in this price point.
If you have the budget for a Longview home, there are some spectacular homes listed, including Tudor revival, French country and English villa-style homes of stone, brick and stucco. Some homes were built in early 2000s, while there are some new construction homes built in 2015.
Panthers tight end Greg Olsen is selling his Longview home for just under $1.7 million. Olsen renovated the 6,600-square-foot home after he and his wife bought the home in 2012 as a short sale.
Four of the homes listed are under $1 million and still offer spectacular luxury and large homes between 4,000 and 5,000 square feet.
The neighborhood is zoned for Union County's Rea Elementary, Marvin Middle School and Marvin High School.